DROUGHT

Mill City whitewater draws in paddlers

8/2/22

Less than two months after its grand opening during Winni River Days, the Franklin Whitewater Park is already proving its ability to attract...

Dealing with drought

7/31/22

To understand the causes and effects of the current drought in New Hampshire, one very important thing to understand is snow. That’s because the...

Drought severe – and spreading

9/20/20

Drought conditions continue to worsen in northern New England, with much of New Hampshire and parts of Maine in a severe drought, according to a...

Despite one bout of heavy rain in late June, New Hampshire is continuing to dry – with 45 percent of the state, including all of Merrimack County...

A bill being considered in the state Legislature would allow homes on private wells to continue watering their lawns during a drought, even when...

The drought is mostly gone and so are most – but not all – restrictions on water usage.As the official drought designation in most of the state...

Small businesses, agricultural cooperatives and aquaculture farms have less than a month to apply for federal assistance due to the recent drought,...

Communities would be able to ban lawn watering by businesses, not just residences, during droughts under a bill making its way slowly through the...

Bill aims to tackle drought

1/8/17

With New Hampshire still facing a major drought, a proposed law would give communities the authority to ban most types of outdoor water use...

Thank goodness we’ve had so much rain lately and don’t have to worry about the drought any more, right? Well, no.Turns out, you can’t compensate...

With hundreds of private wells running dry across New Hampshire’s southern tier as the drought stretches on and on, the recent experience of Susan...

The recent rain has done little to end the region’s drought, leading Deerfield to ban lawn watering and Concord to double down on a request that...

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